Some women are suckers for a man in uniform. Some men dream of de-robing a distressed damsel. Some of us got really turned on during the clay spinning scene between Demi Moore and Patrick Swayze in Ghost, and have always wanted to fuck near a wet pottery wheel wearing a sleeveless white button down.
Fantasizing about having sex as someone else is nothing new. Role playing has been around since people have had imaginations and sex drives. It is one of the long trusted, quintessential, go-to methods for sexually “spicing things up.” All you have to do is make-believe that you and your partner are different people in a different situation and you’ve instantly turned up the heat on your love oven.
It happens to the best of us: We get caught in a sexual rut and can’t seem to wriggle ourselves free to a more exciting sex life. This show is all about embracing the kinkier side of sex, and opening your mind up to new realms of sexual adventure!
“Those looking for an eyeful will get one.” – Variety
“Much genuine pain is inflicted in Kink.” – Hollywood Reporter
A Film by Christina Voros
Director Christina Voros and producer James Franco pull back the curtain on the fetish empire of Kink.com, the Internet’s largest producer of BDSM content. In a particularly obscure corner of an industry that operates largely out of public view, Kink.com’s directors and models strive for authenticity. In an enterprise often known for exploitative practices, Kink.com upholds an ironclad set of values to foster an environment that is safe, sane, and consensual. They aim to demystify the BDSM lifestyle, and to serve as an example and an educational resource for the BDSM community.
In kink, we discover not only a fascinating and often misunderstood subculture, but also, in a career far from the mainstream, a group of intelligent, charismatic, and driven people who really, truly love what they do.
A few weeks ago, my boyfriend and I went on a vacation. We rented a cabin out in the desert and in between hiking and cooking dinner together, we had sex- lots of sex. The honeymoon period of a new relationship is fantastic for an array of reasons. There’s the thrill of connecting with another person, the desire to be a better you, and of course- the pleasure of a sexual relationship. It’s also an important time to pay close attention to your potential partner’s behavior, because as the saying goes, “actions speak louder than words.”
I brought along a few surprises for our trip, one of which was the Emily & Tony Aromatherapy Massage Candle. As a new intern, Emily gave me the candle to experiment with. I was kind of nervous because I’d never used a massage candle before but Emily told me to “just have fun with it.” I knew it’d be exciting to use something new in the bedroom and I was happy to have an accessory help set the mood. I sprung for the Fougere scent and with notes of cedar, vetiver, patchouli, amber and nutmeg; the cabin was filled with a soft glow and sensual smell.
Director, editor and author Ernest Greene visits Emily to talk about his new novel Master of O, power play, and collars and cuffs. He’s here to give you his straightforward advice for getting your partner to participate in kink and just how to keep things interesting- whether you’re casually dating or in a long-term relationship.
I know, I know, you’ve heard me talk about vibrators for years. Today I’m sharing the sex accessories you must add to your collection. Only if you want even better sex of course. And who doesn’t?
There are so many different toys that you can try to enhance the pleasure you already experience. The best part: you can use these alone or with your partner to add a little bit of extra fun to your sex life!